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universally condemned speech of recent times was bill clinton's keynote speech at the 1988 democratic convention when he got a big round of applause when he said in conclusion. he did okay. they nominated him next time and he went on to a pretty successful political career. let's not forget that last time the person who gave the response was paul ryan, who went on to win the republican vice presidential nomination. if you do well, there are opportunities. if you do badly, it's a difficult thing to recover from, but not impossible as bill clinton showed. >> rubio has some ground to catch up. he's running behind at least paul ryan. when it comes in popularity and for those who want to say paul ryan's out of it because he was on the losing team obviously the polling doesn't seem it. very likely to support for the republican nomination in 2016. 75% say chris christie is at 59. in this sense, there is a big opportunity for marco rubio, right? >> i think it's a great opportunity and i think it's a blessing. it's a good thing for the republican party and i'm a democrat. i don't know if you k
newspaper, but where is the action? robert reich is the former u.s. labor secretary to bill clinton and author of "beyond outrage," what's gone wrong with our economy and how to fix it and ari fleischer, former white house press secretary under george w. bush. all right, let's get some action here. robert, the white house responded to john boehner's challenge of saying, where are the cuts, with a blog post from dan pfeiffer who wrote, "the fact is, the president has a detailed balanced plan with spending cuts, he's willing to make tough choices. now it's time for the speaker to do the same." then he had a link to an 80-page proposal from september, including war savings, it includes tax reform, which of course they want. it doesn't fully lay it out by any stretch of the imagination. so jay carney was asked what specifically will the white house cut and here's what jay carney said. >> it's in the proposals he submitted to the speaker of the house that the speaker walked away from -- >> where does the president prevent sequestration from happening? shouldn't the president take the lea
clinton also knows this. here's bill clinton at a conference i was at with him a year ago. >> i think you could tax me at 11 00% and you wouldn't balance the budget. we all have to contribute to this. if middle class people's wages were going up again and we had some growth in the economy, i don't think they would object to going back to the tax rates that i obtained when i was president. >> isn't the honest thing to tell the american people if you're going to be raising money by raising taxes that it has to be on more than just a few at the top? >> no, i think the honest thing is to take a balanced approach. i certainly agree with what you just said and with what president clinton said, that you cannot solve this deficit problem simply by asking higher income individuals to pay a whole lot more, because there's just not enough there which is why we've said we need a combination of revenue from closing those tax breaks that disproportionately benefit the very wealthy and mitt romney and paul ryan talked about how they were there. in fact, speaker boehner's proposal just about a couple mon
into your entertainment space without being invited. clinton changed the math when he went on orsarsenio. there's a clear and wonderful blurring between entertainment and politics and information, but the viewer gets to choose when they want to blur. this would be akin to the president at the two-minute warning at the super bowl giving his speech verses earlier in the day when people can choose one way or another. i thought it was assumpative and very youwrong, to be honest wit you. >> back in 2008, everyone remembers when she said, i'll quote her, for the first time in my adult life, i'm proud of my country because i feel like hope is making a comeback. the campaign said she was taken out of context, but it did spark a lot of flack and backlash, and a lot of people still remember it, but she has made herself over, frankly, by becoming the opposite of all those things. she has become the ultimate soft female. >> we have watched two females completely make themselves over, not necessarily by becoming soft, her and hillary clinton. if you go back to 2008, both men and women were very polar
bmis off the chart. bill clinton was too fat. obviously he's lost the weight since. more americans are overweight than ever before. maybe christie reflects america, maybe we should be quiet about the fact. >> i think he does reflect america. it's an incredible opportunity for change. an incredible opportunity to join together and say, no i'm not doing this to be skinny. i'm doing a little bit more activity. >> we can use stress, can't we? the stress at my job. but do exercise. a great stress relief. mix the exercise, mix the diet. >> he doesn't have to get skinny. can still be the big man. >> that's right. >> it can be part of his character. >> we don't have to talk about the doughnut. salad, it's fabulous. >> thanks very much to both of you. >>> right now on cnn.com, dr. erin carroll talks about a new study showing that everything we know about weight loss and obesity is wrong. >>> and now, the story i saw in "the washington post" today. really interesting story caught my attention. maybe you saw it. the title was "the evil that rubs up against us." i'm thinking what is that about
as messages to celebrities. i mean, there's a lot of people in here. jerry seinfeld, hillary clinton, and chris christie are all mentioned. he also addressed a number of people here at cnn, including our senior legal analyst, jeffrey toobin, to whom he writes, "hopefully toobin is nominated for the supreme court." jeffrey toobin joins me "outfront" along with candace delong, a former fbi profiler and also on the telephone is john walsh, host of "america's most wanted." i want to begin with you, though, john, just because as kyung said, right now police are frantic, right, and fbi officials. they are trying to beat the sinking sun. "l.a. times" is reporting there are fresh tracks on big bear, perhaps near where that pickup truck is burning. how -- you have tracked so many people like this. how can dorner survive the night? >> well, he's trained for this. he's not only america's most wanted, he's america's most armed and dangerous. and he's trained to be a survivalist. that remote area up there in the dark will be his ally. he can set up shop up there and he'll be very hard to catch in
to offer basic services like securing citizsicitizens. president clinton promoted an expansion of police officers in the '90s and that's what we need. says can't do that if they face huge wage demands. barack obama is one person who had the moral authority so be able to say, look, everyone is going to need to compromise. >> what do you think? obviously he's going to go for universal background checks, he's going to fry to use his moral authority to try to get republicans to do what the american public want, which is things like universal background checks, up and down votes on that. do you think he should push for more police? i'm thinking of san bernardino, we've been talking about those police who just did a heroic job and that police department is bankrupt. that city is bankrupt. they were thinking of outsourcing their police. this is a problem around the country. >> there's a range of solutions to this problem. i think we ought to take a comprehensive view. putting more police on the streets. universal background checks. what are you going to do about assault wes? mental health piece
house was happy to release photographs of president obama are president clinton. they were very happy to release photographs of president obama palling around with john boehner. >> all on the golf course? >> on the golf course. why not a photograph of president obama with notorious philanderer tiger woods. it's an instant 30-second ad. the president is palling around with tiger woods while the country remains mired in an economic morass. i think the public deserves the right to these photographs. >> ed henry issued this statement. a broad cross section of our members with print, radio, online, and tv have today expressed extreme frustration to having absolutely no access to the president this entire weekend. there's a very simple but important principle we will continue to fight for today and in the days ahead, transparency. does the press deserve more? >> every american has a right to know president obama's golf score. this is worth dying for. i think this is ridiculous. i assume president obama didn't want reporters there because his golf score isn't that great. >> he's probably not
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